Located in north San Antonio, Deerfield is conveniently situated just inside Loop 1604, only minutes from IH-10, the South Texas Medical Center, US Hwy 281, La Cantera Shopping Center, San Antonio International Airport, and other key activity and shopping centers.
Composed of several subdivisions, including The Park At Deerfield, The Reserve at Deerfield, The Waters At Deerfield, Woods Of Deerfield, and the flagship neighborhood, Deerfield, the community stretches from Blanco to Huebner Roads just west of Hill Country Village. Because of its highly accessible location, along with its large, well-built homes and excellent schools, the neighborhoods are extremely sought after.
Due to a strong homeowner’s association, people choose to live in Deerfield for the plethora of amenities. Of the most popular amenities are a swimming pool, which plays host to the Deerfield Dragons youth summer swim league, tennis and basketball courts, a walking trail, and a park with a playground. Additionally, activities such as a July parade, Easter egg hunt, and other yearly events create a neighborly feel within the subdivision.
As part of the North East Independent School District, Deerfield is within the boundaries of some of the top schools in the city. Serving the children of the neighborhood are Huebner Elementary, Eisenhower Middle School, and Churchill High School.
The homes in Deerfield, built from the late 1980’s to the early 2000’s, range in size from just over 2,000 square feet to over 4,000 square feet. They tend to be on larger lots than most San Antonio residential neighborhoods and are quite stately in appearance with brick and stucco exteriors and large windows. With the average cost per square foot coming in at around $130, homes in Deerfield are generally priced in the $300k to $800k range and hold their value exceptionally well.